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Laurens Steenbergen, Coach, Netherlands
Equilibrium of System
Managers should not forget that they are part of a system they work in. Even minor changes will have effects on how the system reacts, i.c. it will allways want to get back to an equilibrium. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Leslie Allan, Management Consultant, Australia
 

Equilibrium of System

Sometimes the equilibrium changes.

  John G. Hendry Jr., Student (University), United States
 

Equilibrium of System must Change

As was pointed out above "managers should not forget that they are part of a system they work in". Change will always be in the works to keep the system up to par or should we say up to date in a society that is tired of being mistreated by organizations just for their bottom line in profits.

 
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